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JBS announces major asset sale to cover debt

JBS wants to reduce debt and shrink its leverage

Brazilian meatpacker JBS has put a string of its assets, including Northern Irish poultry firm Moy Park, up for sale to raise R$6bn ($1.8bn) to pay off debt.

Vytenis Andriukaitis accused Brazil of 'systematic failures' in food safety controls

EU checks expose ‘serious risk’ from Brazil meat

The UK could face complex tariff rate quotas on meat products after Brexit

Meat sector facing new trade tariffs post-Brexit

A soft Brexit may be a better deal for EU and UK meat industry players

Hard Brexit breakdown ‘opportunity’ for meat trade

World Steak Challenge is the industry-leading event for steaks

Deadline approaching for World Steak Challenge

The tough antibiotic vancomycin fights bacteria in three different ways

Modified antibiotic won't change meat sector plans

Dr Khadija Id Sidi Yahia said progress on fighting AMR has been made

Global progress made to address antibiotic reduction, says OIE

The EU had been expected to make a statement on its implementation plans this week

Europe accepts WTO chicken defeat with China

The ICSA warn Tesco's price tactics could end up 'putting farmers out of business'

Lamb prices cause dissension between MII and sheep farmers

JBS CEO Wesley Batista said South America faced 'a challenging scenario'

JBS posts poor income amid bribery investigation

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